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angelina jolie, jennifer aniston who had more than her recent share of clunkers at the box office, somehow came in seventh. what do you have against jennifer aniston, bill? >> i don't have anything against her. >> poor woman, just trying to get past her marriage. >> i heard maybe she's back may. >> breaking news right here on "early today." bill karins with breaking entertainment news. >> i'll stick to weather. >> we'll have you stick to weather. >> easily. >>> this to us from ktrc local 2 in houston, texas. one man has fulfilled a dream that took a lifetime. personal sacrifice, and an aggressive bout with cancer, forced roy to put his dreams on hold, until now. he always dreamed to rising to the rank of sheriff's deputy, was honored with his own deputy badge. and as he rides a high of emotion and pride, his family hopes this will give him the strength to continue to fight for his life. we wish him luck. i'm lynn berry, this is "early tod today," just your first stop of the day on your nbc station. >>> all eyes on earl. the powerful hurricane is a category 4 storm moving towards the easter
happened saturday morning on widewater drive in the montclair area. police say jennifer and robert batewere arguingn their car when they turned into a small cul-de-sac of homes. jennifer bates got out of the car, her sband chased her down and shot her and then himself. >>> u.s. capital police identified the man who pointed a gun atultiple officers early friday morning. police shot 29-year-old john wesley wheeler jr. of suitland, maryland, near capitol hill after he refused to drop his weapon. wheeler was charged with assault with intent to kill, carrying a gun without a license and other counts. >>> first responders prepared for the worst during a disaster drill at reagan national airport. they tested their reaction to a pretty terrible scene re. an airplane crash lands there slamming into cars and an airportshuttle. organizers of the drill hope the hands-on experience will help save lives in the event of a real tragedy. think about the internet. growing, evolving, literally transforming our lives. now imagine the possibilities of what tomorrow could bring. at at&t, we support a core set of
jennifer emmett makes sure her children get their annual flu st. when the h1n1 virus started spreading last Ñiyear, the seasonal flu vac couldn't protect all three of her children from getting sick. >> it's pret hard on a family of five of kids this young. they're so on top of each other. and it is, when someone brings something home, it is almost impossible not to have it spread through the family. >> now refers at the national institutes of health are trying to develop a new type of flu vac. one that could ma those annual seasonal flu shots the thing of the past. >> insteadof you having to get a new vaccine every year, we would like the develop a vaccine where could you get a shot, one or two or three times when you're very young and would it last you a lifetime and protect against the vario different strains of flu that would you encounter. >> reporter: he is the director ofaccine research. he said this ne type of universal flu shot would be similar to the measles vaccine that's children get now. that's c)jz could t now. provide a lifetimef protection. that would give vaccine makers, do
to the shake weight, i need that, too. jennifer cohen fitness expert and author of "no gym required" has it all. hello. >> hello. >> whatever you're doing, it's working. >> we can't wait to see some of these contraptions. >> some of these are very funky looking. >> why drive to to use the gym when you can just drive to use the treadmill. >> it's not a joke. >> it's not a joke. it's an alternative to an actual bicycle. you can run on this contraption. it's a little more difficult than the normal treadmill. >> you drive down the street while you're running? >> you could. you require more balance than a typical credmill. >> what does that cost? >> the cost is pretty pricey, about $2500. so, yeah. >> i'll just run outside on the street. >> that's a cheaper and safer option. >> i've seen you run. >> but it's for the bored person, i suppose. >> she's going to be the model today for the flex belt. this is fda approved and it claims that if you use it 30 minutes a day for six weeks, you'll have a six-pack. >> dell us what's happening. >> right now there's an electric pulse going through the belt pad to
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